Hall of Fame 2018
Paul "Bud" Alexander (1926 - 1989)
Paul “Bud” Alexander was born in the Kensington section of Philadelphia in 1926. He was a Navy Veteran of World War II. During one battle, his ship was sunk and Bud spent eight hours in the water, contributing to later health problems. He moved back to Philadelphia upon his discharge from the Navy, and was employed by the Boys Club of Philadelphia and was their Director for 25 years, retiring in 1969. He then moved to East Cocalico Township where he resided for twenty years.
Norman S. Inazu (1942 - 2011)
Norman Inazu was born in 1942 in a Japanese hospital in Los Angeles, California. Because of the war and the bombing on Hawaii, as an infant he and his family were placed in a relocation camp in Manzanar CA for 3 years. Norman served in the United States Army from 1965 to 1981, and eventually made his way to Pennsylvania, attended Drexel University, and found a home in Glenside with his wife Marlise of 41 years. They had 2 children, Scott and Anna, who got him started in his second career as a soccer coach and administrator.
Michael Lukashunas began his soccer officiating career in 1979 as an AYSO referee. He continued to grow as a referee, becoming licensed as a United States Soccer Federation referee and as a high school (PIAA) and college official (NISOA), accelerating to National status in both organizations. He also refereed in the professional indoor ranks with the American Indoor Soccer Association (AISA) which eventually became the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) where he retired from the floor after 27 years.
Larry Samples, VMD
Larry Samples grew up in the Overbrook section of Philadelphia. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Penn State, and was a versatile athlete playing football, rugby and running track. After completing his VMD from the University of Pennsylvania and moving to Hummelstown PA, he opened his own practice, specializing in large animals.